Sharing a Piece of Inspiration… Ben Harper’s Better Way Song

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“What good is a man that won’t take a stand? What good is a cynic with no better plans? I believe in a better way.” – Ben Harper ‘Better Way’

We stumble across many inspirational artifacts from all areas of our life on a regular basis. Artifacts ranging from personal experience, travel, arts, music, movies, and the list goes on.

We wanted to share some of these pieces of inspiration more frequently at InspirationTheRide.com in addition to the longer articles and ideas we write about.

Ben Harper’s Better Way song is such a piece.

We were listening to random music from our music library the other day and Ben Harper’s Better Way song played randomly.

This time we heard it, we really heard the words.

You know how you can have an experience, read a book or watch a movie and learn something different each time? Well, that’s what happened to us with Ben Harper’s song and we wanted to share.

For us, this piece says to always seek a better way and never settle for what doesn’t make us happy. Let us all seek fulfillment in our lives and a better way for humanity.

So, without further ado, please listen to Ben Harper’s Better Way and be inspired and moved to believe (and act) in a better way…

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Irene Hochgesang November 14, 2009 at 2:08 am

Great sound to this song! Love the beat. Words make sense.

InspTheRide November 14, 2009 at 2:39 am

Glad you enjoyed the song and the words… Thanks for checking it out… pass the word

Walter November 18, 2009 at 12:24 am

You're very kind to share this piece of inspiration. I'm a song lover and I will keep this on my list. Life is beautiful, detach from your mind and you'll see its mystery. 🙂

InspTheRide November 29, 2009 at 6:14 pm

We're glad you enjoyed the piece of inspiration. Regarding detaching from your mind, we are currently in the process of studying some of the greats on detaching. We are reading books such as the Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali, Autobiography of a Yogi, B.K.S Iyengar's Light on Life, & Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Science of Being and Art of Living: Transcendental Meditation.

As you stated, detaching from your mind and enjoying the mystery and beauty of life is so important. Our attachment to the non-important is what causes suffering. We must all participate in the dance of creation that is occurring around us at every moment whether we like it or not.

We will be sharing our research on this topic in the near future.

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